WOODBRIDGE — The New Jersey Senior Olympics will return to Woodbridge Township from Sept. 6-8. Mayor John E. McCormac and the New Jersey Senior Olympic Committee will announce details about the upcoming statewide competition during pre-opening ceremonies at the Woodbridge Community Center this afternoon.
The New Jersey Senior Olympics features 15 sporting events where senior athletes 50 years of age and up compete for the Gold, Silver and Bronze. The Senior Olympic Games and competition will take place at sporting venues throughout Woodbridge Township, including the Woodbridge Community Center, Arena’s Skyline Mini Golf Course, The Club at Woodbridge, the Woodbridge Bowling Center, the athletic fields at Woodbridge High School, Warren Park, and Woodbridge Center Mall.
The senior competition is part of the “Mayor’s Wellness Campaign” which encourages Township residents – regardless of age – to engage in a healthy and fit lifestyle. The New Jersey Senior Olympics is part of the National Senior Games Association and is supported by the New Jersey League of Municipalities and the Mayor’s Wellness Campaign.
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